SNOW warnings are in place until Saturday as Storm Darcy continues to wreak havoc across the UK.
Wednesday is set to be another bitterly cold day with some places struggling to get much above freezing, the Met Office said.
A yellow weather warning remains in place across eastern parts of the UK, with the Met Office warning “snow showers could bring disruption to travel”.
The alert covers most of the south east of England, as well as the Midlands, the North East and most of Scotland.
Further yellow snow and ice warnings are in place across the North East until midnight on Friday.
A separate amber weather warning covers central parts of Scotland, as the country catches the brunt of the snow storm.
And temperatures are expected to plummet below 0C for most of the UK overnight.
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